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Disadvantages of Spherical/Polar

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Revolute Coordinate System

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Revolute (Joined-Arm) Coordinate System

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alpha - Axis

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Revolute (Joined-Arm) Coordinate System - Axis

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Revolute (Joined-Arm) Coordinate System gamma - Axis

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Revolute (Joined-Arm) Coordinate System

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Jointed Arm

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Advantages of Articulate/Jointed Arm/Revolute

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Disadvantages of Articulate/Jointed Arm/Revolute

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SCARA A combination of the articulated arm and the cylindrical robot

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Illustration of DOF of Revolute Coordinate System

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Degrees of Freedom VS

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Degrees of Freedom Rotating the base.

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Degrees of Freedom Pivot the base of the arm.

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Degrees of Freedom Bending the elbow.

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Degrees of Freedom Wrist up and down.

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Degrees of Freedom Wrist left and right.

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Degrees of Freedom Rotating the wrist.

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Classification Based on Number of joints or degrees of freedom

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Principal Elements of industrial robots Industrial Robot Designs

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Working Area of Industrial Robots Mechanics/Kin ematics Kinematics concepts of a 3-axis industrial robot and the resulting work area.

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Classification of Industrial Robots

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Grippers and Controls of Industrial Robots

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Drives, Feedback and Sensors of Industrial Robots

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Basic Robot Motions and DOF of industrial robots

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Arm and Body Motions Vertical Traverse: up-and-down motions of the arm, caused by pivoting the entire arm about a horizontal axis or moving the arm along a vertical slide Radial Traverse: extension and retraction of the arm (in-and-out movement) Rotational Traverse: rotation about the vertical axis (right or left swivel of the robot arm)

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Wrist Motions

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Basic Motions Rotational traverse vertical traverse radial traverse Wrist bend Wrist yaw Wrist Swivel

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Robot Motion Characteristics

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Additional Technical Features

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